How much is my Samsung Galaxy A50 worth?
Selling your Samsung Galaxy A50 can make you some fast cash. The value will vary, depending on a few factors, including the phone’s condition. If your phone is new, still in the box, or in mint condition, you’re likely to a good deal more than if it shows visible signs of use.
The cellphone’s storage capacity also will have a bearing on the price you get, with most buyers willing to pay more for more storage. Finally, most buyers prefer a phone that’s unlocked, or locked to Verizon or AT&T networks.
Where is the best place to sell a Samsung Galaxy A50?
ATM trade-in kiosks and buyback programs from carriers might be the easiest way to sell your phone. But you could lose as much as 50 percent of your phone’s value by selling through these channels. Find your best Samsung Galaxy A50 trade-in price online, where you can find hundreds of buyers.
Get your options with our easy price comparisons at BankMyCell, which lets you view multiple offers in an instant. Simply compare, accept, mail, and get paid fast!
How to sell your broken Samsung Galaxy A50 for cash
Select 'Faulty' or 'Cracked' at the top of the page
Cracked: Selling Samsung Galaxy A50 with a broken screen
Repairing a cracked phone screen is rarely worth the time or money. Instead, make some cash by selling your cracked Samsung Galaxy A50 through BankMyCell. Filter your search as 'cracked' to see a list of buyers willing to buy your Samsung Galaxy A50 for the best price. It's that easy!
- Cracked screen or fully broken screen
- Cosmetic damage e.g. excessive scratches, or chips
Faulty: Selling a faulty or water damaged Samsung Galaxy A50
While you’ll generally get a far lower price, you can still sell a broken Samsung Galaxy A50. Phones with water damage, power-on issues, or that have significant signs of damage will sell as faulty phones, so don’t throw it out. Just select the “faulty” filter to get a realistic idea of what you can expect to get.
- Does not power on or has software issues
- Functional issues with broken buttons, touch screens and ports